Suspect Shoots Police K9, Regrets It For 2 Seconds Prior To Be Taken Out By Officers

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Police K9’s are considered officers and if you shoot one, expect shots to be fired in return.

During a chase of a suspect, an officer releases his K9 partner and sadly, the dog is quickly shot by that suspect. The K9’s partner then opens fire, sending the suspect to the ground and giving him only a few seconds to regret his decisions before departing this life.

The video below isn’t blood and guts, but it is graphic in terms of what goes down. If YouTube deems it age-restricted, you’ll need to click the link in the video to watch directly on YouTube.

What these officers and their partners deal with across the Country on a daily basis is stressful to say the least. With some communities wanting to defund them, I wonder what they think life would be like without their help. They perform a job that many won’t, and a job that many are unable to do.

 

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